Students will develop the skills needed to become a successful leader in this increasingly important industry, gaining a grounded insight into fundamentally vital aspects such as the social, political and ethical issues in international healthcare. Additional areas covered include financial control, budgeting, business analysis and planning.
Skills for learning in care
Social, political and ethical issues in international healthcare
Communication and collaboration in managing the professional environment
Meeting the needs of service users
Planning & managing resources
Fostering dignity and respect
Financial control & budgeting
Performance improvement and management in health and social Care
Inter-agency working in care delivery
Leading teams in health and social care
Quality management in a care setting
Business analysis and planning
Global health and sustainability
Project management & risk
Research methods & final project
Please note that the modules listed are indicative and may be subject to change.
The Healthcare Management BA (Hons) course aims at providing the skills and tools you would need to gain a managerial position in the healthcare field.
Enabling students to gain a fundamental understanding of the ever-changing, and often challenging, environment of healthcare.
Facilitating opportunities to explore the different areas of healthcare management, all of which play crucial roles in the successful operation of services in the industry.
The blended learning element provides high-quality, 21st century learning with both face-to-face and online learning taking place.
Preparing students to make informed decisions from a managerial position in the healthcare field.